Doors at 8:30 p.m., Show at 9 p.m.
$15 at the door
Folk Road Show make your living room feel like a theatre and a theatre feel like your living room. Consisting of five singer-songwriters from three continents: Dominique Fricot (CAN), Benjamin James Caldwell (AUS), Olaf Caarls (NL), Pieter van Vliet (NL), and Nick Petrowich (CAN), they’ve toured both Canada and Europe extensively taking roots-americana stylings of The Band and CSNY painting it with theyouthful spirit of Fleet Foxes and Beirut. Folk Road Show constantly rotates lead singers, showcasing each member while swapping instruments and supporting with soothing five-part harmonies. Slight tinkles of mandolin, woven with banjo and feathery acoustic guitars will suddenly be broken by a brash trombone blast. The show’s arc plays out more like a folk ballet than a traditional performance with storytelling transitioning to a cappella intermezzos twirling into full-band rock.
Hailed coast to coast as a “national treasure” (Sad Mag), Skye Wallace bases out of Vancouver and Toronto. Her band is raucous and her voice is a force to be reckoned with. Her newest album “Something Wicked”, produced by Jim Bryson, is now available. CBC's Stephen Quinn called it a "kick ass record” and Noisey/Vice called it “fire” - come and see what all the fuss is about.